Consistent particle sized (calibrated)
scoopable litter that will help you
monitor kidney function, diabetes
Is My Cat Urinating
Should I Change the Diet?
With you can check your cat’s urine
in a calm home environment. Increased weight of
urine balls can be a sign of kidney compromise,
diabetes and hyperthyroidism.
Use the chart provided on the box to compare
the weight of your cat’s urine balls. If the weight of the urine balls is at or above
the levels of the chart, your cat is urinating too much, regardless of diet. Weigh your
cat’s urine balls every three months and if the weight of the urine balls increases and
your cat’s diet is the same, see your veterinarian. Your veterinarian can recommend
a special diet that can add years to your cat’s life.
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